I recently added another disk to the PCjs Archives, WordStar 3.24, along with a copy of the article “WordStar 3.24 and 3.3: MicroPro Does It Again… And Again”, an interesting review/rant from 1983 on this and other versions of WordStar for the IBM PC.
This is the earliest PC version of WordStar I’ve been able to locate so far. Until now, the earliest version online was WordStar 3.30. Sadly, the legendary first PC version, WordStar 3.02M, remains elusive.
And, since this may be my last blog post of the year, here’s a little scrolling LED display to wish everyone a happy new year.
- Texas Instruments TI-42, TI-55, and TI-57 Programmable Calculators
- John Conway’s “Game of Life” Cellular Automaton built as an LED Simulation
- Hasbro’s “Lite-Brite” reimagined as an animated LED Simulation (eg, Animated Christmas Tree)
The LED Device, in conjunction with the LED Controller, provides a variety of LED types, layouts, and features, including built-in support for the 7-segment LED digits used in all the TI Programmable Calculator displays.
Dec 20, 2017